1. Tie your horse up (optional)
2. Bring a pot of water to the boil.
3. Throw some coffee in.
4. Bring it back to boil, remove
from heat, let coffee settle.
5. Do Step #4 three times til you can
stand up your fork in it.
6. Pour and, enjoy, untie your optional horse.
7. Put out the fire, ride home in time
to watch "Man Tracker" reruns on TV.
In all seriousness, this method makes a pretty darn good cup of coffee. This summer if you go camping, try it with our Coalbanks Joe, and next time you're in the store check out our supplies of kick-ass enamel ware!
New! Check out our Home Cold- Brew Coffee units. (scroll down)
One of the ways you can tell
summer is here: we break out our
Cold-Brew Coffee Maker.
Cold-brew is different than iced coffee.
It's extracted at room temperature, using ice water - which means there's no flavour deterioration. The resulting brew is like an elixir: liqueur-like, intense, delicious.
As you can see, it looks like a bit like a science experiment, or a back-woods moonshine contraption. What happens is: ice water drips, drop-by-drop with the help of gravity only, through our ground coffee... and eventually seeps through to the carafe at the bottom. It takes 24 hours for this unit to make a carafe full.
Come into the store and try a cup!
For home use, we sell a few different Cold-Brew Systems.
They work just like our store model,
only smaller and better looking :)
Come into the store, we'll show you how they work.
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